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Timeless Portugal on foot - Douro Valley grape harvest

Timeless Portugal on foot - Douro Valley grape harvest

Stomping grounds | Via BBC Travel The wines made here usually combine a number of grapes, selecting among the 31 varieties of white grapes and 51 varieties of red grapes growing throughout the region. For centuries, the customary method of crushing the fruit was by stomping them with bare feet inside shallow pans called lagares. Vitners in the Douro Valley still use this method.  (Michael Melford/National Geographic Stock)  #Portugal

Fine wines of Portugal’s Douro Valley

Stomping grounds | Via BBC Travel The wines made here usually combine a number of grapes, selecting among the 31 varieties of white grapes and 51 varieties of red grapes growing throughout the region. For centuries, the customary method of crushing the fruit was by stomping them with bare feet inside shallow pans called lagares. Vitners in the Douro Valley still use this method. (Michael Melford/National Geographic Stock) #Portugal

Image taken during Vintage/Harvest season in the Barossa 2016. Images by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Copyright Barossa Grape & Wine Association.

Image taken during Vintage/Harvest season in the Barossa 2016. Images by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Copyright Barossa Grape & Wine Association.

Explore the history, wineries and wines that make Barossa one of the world's great wine regions. – Barossa

Explore the history, wineries and wines that make Barossa one of the world's great wine regions. – Barossa

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